E-Newsletter - October 2017

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Attend the October General Tour

Monday, October 30, 9 a.m. Prospective students and guardians, educators, counselors, case managers and other service providers are offered opportunities each month to attend a scheduled facility and EGTI tour. The visit takes approximately two hours and includes a walking tour of the hotel, restaurant and training institute as well as some basic information about the curriculum. To reserve space for a general tour, please contact us and include your preferred date and party size in the comments section. Read more

January 2018 Enrollment Open, Interviews Being Scheduled

EGTI is accepting applications for all of its 2018 programs. The first session begins January 8 and includes 10 and 13-week program options. Session 1 — January 8 – April 6 (13 weeks)
  • Kitchen Cook (Restaurant)
  • Patient Transport (Healthcare)
  • Front Desk Agent (Hotel)
Session 1 — January 8 – March 16 (10 weeks)
  • Housekeeping: Heart of the House (Hotel)
  • Supply Chain: Inventory Distribution (Healthcare)
View the full 2018 class schedule and Tuition and Fees to start your application process now! Read more

Hula, Ukulele, Luau and More!

The Arc of Indiana Foundation hosted its biggest fundraiser of the year Saturday, Sept. 16, at the Horizon Convention Center in Muncie. Nearly 200 guests enjoyed terrific food, entertainment by Indy Hula, music, deck games and bidding for silent auction items like Disney World tickets and a week’s vacation to one of RCI’s worldwide resorts. All proceeds benefited EGTI. Guests heard from several speakers but none touched more hearts than Jamie Beck, current student, and Caleb Ginn, EGTI grad and IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital patient transport employee.

Meet Our Team Leader

Megan Stevenson joined The Arc of Indiana Foundation in December of 2014 in preparation for the opening of EGTI. Megan has a BA in Special Education and an MS in Applied Behavior Analysis. She came to us most recently from Hands in Autism after serving as a teacher at Brownsburg High School.
Megan put together the EGTI instruction and support staff team and developed its curriculum in conjunction with our partners at General Hotels Corporation, Thr3e Wise Men Brewing Co., and IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital. She is a champion for our students and grads and works diligently to help empower them to live their fullest lives including meaningful community-based employment.